Sarah Lutman is a St. Paul-based independent consultant and writer for clients in the cultural, media and philanthropic sectors.
The new federal overtime rule has nonprofits—largely reliant on government and philanthropic funding—hustling to comply with higher wage costs.
Change starts in our hearts, heads and homes. Here are resources to start making change.
Nonprofits, like businesses, will run into big trouble if they lack sufficient operating reserves, detailed continuity plans and strong boards.
There are many credible sites for vetting nonprofits before making charitable contributions.
Grantmakers are uniting to support programs to close food access gaps across the state.
Funders work together to change the story and trajectory of a low-income neighborhood that’s emphasizing its assets.
Minnesota and national nonprofits are adapting to sweeping changes in the work world and the public square.
Arts veteran Ben Cameron returns to Minnesota to lead the Jerome Foundation.
Nonprofit helps Hmong farmers grow their business, along with their crops.
What are the ripple effects from Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s charitable giving?